The region’s largest annual hard cider tasting festival, Cider Summit Seattle, is back! Presented by Amazon, more than […]
The Northwest Cider Association’s (NWCA) 10th annual Washington Cider Week is September 10-20 (yes, that’s longer than a week, but what is a week anymore anyways?). As with most events in 2020, things will look different from previous years for this year’s celebration.
A 6-course meal with fierce farm-to-table action featuring an all-female ensemble including some of the best chefs, sous chefs, and cider makers and producers in Seattle. The dinner will be a collaboration with one of the best local cider makers in the area, Alpenfire Cider and will take place at the long communal table at Capitol Cider.
5th Annual Cider Taste Fundraiser benefiting the 2016 harvest.
City Fruit is hosting their annual Cider Taste Fundraiser on Thursday, November 12th. City Fruit is a Seattle non-profit that promotes the cultivation of urban fruit to nourish people, build community, and protect the climate. Urban fruit trees are all over Seattle, but the fruit often goes unused because people don’t know when to harvest or how to use it. City Fruit is reclaiming the “urban orchard” by showing people how to harvest what they need and to share the rest with others.
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The Callahans have been in the cider business for a year, practically making them veterans in the exploding field of cider. This couple wants to make drinkable beverages—not novelty items that just sit in the fridge for people to chuckle over at dinner parties—ciders that are not overly sweet and have character. Brian and Christina have been re-imagining and revamping themselves from their wine making and catering days, creating a posh brew pub. Some updates include a freshly scoured and
Cider Summit Seattle celebrates 6 years!
On September 11th and 12th, the regions largest Cider Festival returns to South Lake Union for the Cider Summit. This will be the 16th Cider Summit produced by SBS & Seattle Beer Collective, having launched the concept in Seattle in September 2010 and expanding to Portland, Chicago, and San
Drinkable and unique cider flavors.
Jason and Patrick Spears, a brother duo who founded Locust Cider, have been making cider since one of the them found out they could no longer drink beer because of an allergy. So they perfected the perfect blend of cider for a nice cold one. This past March, they opened a production facility as well as
Cider, a United Kingdom trending drink, is taking on the Emerald City.
Imagine a career that allowed you to travel around the world, meeting cider-makers and sipping thier flavorful drinks. This is exactly what world-renowned beverage writer Peter Brown and cider-obsessed photographer Bill Bradshaw are doing as they create their first ever global guide to cider.